for which of the following situations would a repeated-measures research design be appropriate?

by Radhe

The first two are somewhat obvious, the last two are more specific.

I guess the first is because it’s a repeated-measures experiment. The second is because it doesn’t sound right.

The first situation can be done easily with a single-blind design, which is a type of randomized controlled trial. This type of study is used when there’s a chance of the participants changing their minds. The problem here is that we don’t know which participants might change their minds. The second situation is called a controlled experiment. This is when the researchers control what happens without changing what happens.

The problem here is that this is a case of either or. We don’t know which situation would be preferred. All three situation are similar. It is possible that the second situation is the best for our research question. If you have done the first situation and think it is the best then we can continue with the second. If you have done the second and think it is the best then we can continue with the third.

This is when the researchers control what happens with the exact same procedure.This is a case of both or both, or both. The researchers control what happens with the exact same procedure.

The third situation is only possible if we have made a significant progress in the first two situations. The researchers know that we have made a significant progress in the first two situations. The researchers know that the third situation is only possible if we have made a significant progress in the first two situations.

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